Although, if you factored in the cost of time, then it might be cheaper to buy off the rail. I make stuff because I get a lot of enjoyment out of it, but if someone I didn’t really know asked me to make something that wasn’t an exciting or interesting project for me, it would be the time factor that would make it un-viable.
Thanks for stopping by. The purpose of this list isn’t to suggest everyone make something on this list – it’s to inspire us to use our hands to create things rather than buy what is convenient. I understand some of these are a little far fetched for many of us, but my point is some people do it. I make my own zucchini bread, but the guy who makes maple syrup may not be into that. It’s all a matter of preference.
When the opportunity arose to create a new game in partnership with Microsoft, Inafune immediately thought of Armature, and the two sides began brainstorming ideas for what would eventually become ReCore. "We knew we wanted to make something together," explains Inafune, "but what that something was going to be was still up for discussion." At the time he’d become fascinated with the idea of a post-apocalyptic Earth, and what the future of human existence could look like. That, coupled with his love of robots, lead to the basic idea behind ReCore.